The best place that I enjoyed to be is the Machu Picchu

by: , North American -
June 05, 2012

My experience on my four days and three nights trek to Machu Picchu was very rewarding.

Carlos was our trek guide. He is very cheerful and encouraging to our team for the whole time.

He took care of our needs very careful while the trip was getting difficult. He stayed behind us and cheered us while we lost the spirit to go on the trek. His suggestions and briefings on our next day trek did prepare us for the next challenge with peace. His careful heart encouraged us to make the next day easier even thought we were tired to get up. During the trek, his teammates and the porters provided very warm services, meals, hot water and our immediate request in the middle of the trek. He provided flexibility on our schedule according to our necessary.

The best activity I liked about this trek is the challenge part to getting up to the Dead Woman's Pass. It was very rewarding when I got to the top of the hill and looked back to what I had accomplished.

The best place that I enjoyed to be is the Machu Picchu. At there, I could look back to the Sun gate and took photos while the sunlight shining on the top of the ruined structures.

I do recommend those who would like to join this trek to bring a good quality light rain jacket for this trek. It is because the weather during my four days and three nights trek changed so quickly. The heat could really get me sun burn in 5 minutes, but might have rain shower in next minutes. A good rain jacket did protect me from getting sun burn or got wet at this time.

A pair of good comfort hiking boot is my next recommendation that helped me not twisting my ankles. A pair of ankle guide also endures my strength to the last day as well.

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